The Federal Reserve plans to monitor when the word "Fed" is used online, determine the mood of the conversation, and identify "key bloggers" and "influencers."
MIT and University of Massachusetts researchers have developed an anti-hacking jamming device to protect implantable medical devices.
How creepy would it be if it were easy to snoop and intercept all those texts, emails and photos you send over your mobile phone?
Analysis: Just what the world needs: another killer mobile app for the clueless who want to hack but need only to push a couple buttons to find targets or to take control of computers and servers.
In a dramatic Black Hat presentation, security researcher Jay Radcliffe explains how an attacker could remotely control an insulin pump and potentially kill a person.
Cyberthugs may love your smartphone even more than you and are 'thinking outside the box' to infect yours to better steal your data.
Articles by Darlene Storm